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Old 01-17-2012, 03:45 PM   #21
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Haha, I was thinking Zebra Danio too! They are basically synonymous with "starter fish". However, I agree with Mumma that those fish really need to be returned to your LFS or something. They are way too active and big for a 2.5g aquarium.
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Old 01-17-2012, 04:23 PM   #22
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Haha, I was thinking Zebra Danio too! They are basically synonymous with "starter fish". However, I agree with Mumma that those fish really need to be returned to your LFS or something. They are way too active and big for a 2.5g aquarium.
Agreed. Hopefully he can get a 20g soon
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O_O How do you know she is a she? Or did I miss something, lol?

I would for sure return those guys, specially since the tetras prefer large groups to school in. As well as the danio.
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O_O How do you know she is a she? Or did I miss something, lol?

I would for sure return those guys, specially since the tetras prefer large groups to school in. As well as the danio.
SHE is the OP.
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SHE is the OP.
LOL jeez over my head there, def thought you meant the danio! Apparently being sick alters my brain too
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